Rift: Storm Legion Crack + Serial Key (Updated)

Rift: Storm Legion Storm Legion is the first expansion to Trion World's MMORPG game Rift.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 81 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1601
Genre Role-Playing, Massively Multiplayer Online, Massively Multiplayer, Fantasy
Company / Developer
Trion Worlds / Trion Worlds
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Rift: Storm Legion reviews ( 7 )

ChaoticEnigma, Nov 16, 2012

Rift: Storm Legion has a ton of added content. The new map is 3 times the size of the old map. The quests are more fun. They also added carnage quests which play a lot like guild wars 2 quests. You can now upgrade armor through different levels like upgrade a green cape to a blue item level cape, etc. More dungeons, content, etc. The only thing that is annoying is leveling again. It will take you about as long as it took you to get to 50 to get from 50-60. I really just wanted to jump right into the end game content. I guess its unavoidable though.

Gator0711, Dec 3, 2012

Storm Legion takes the base game to a whole new level. The impressive feature list adds to and enhances RIFT in a plethora of ways. Dimensions offer tons of freedom and room for creativity. The new souls are interesting and fun. The new zones are gorgeous and well-built. Storyline quests are more interesting. Servers are packed with players. Essentially, Trion has delivered exactly what a true expansion pack for a AAA MMORPG should be.

Ragnellrok, Nov 18, 2012

Alright, haven't played Storm Legion content yet, once I do I will update my score accordingly. I will say however that the change in gameplay from when I originally started to play the game to when I returned in these last few days and overall ability to do things in the world and the amount of stuff to do has been enhanced for the better, especially for those fans of WoW, and when I say fans I'm talking about the people who enjoy playing this type of gameplay style, not those who love just having max gear or being all powerful from the getgo. The soul system is a bit confusing at first but once you understand it, it is fairly simple. Same goes for the Rift systems. Protip, do NOT try to solo a major rift, and be careful trying to do it with minor ones.

tab531, Aug 18, 2014

have a good comp. and rift is a great experience. the instant adventure is a great feature and when i first played tthe pvp i enjoyed it very much..the ftp doesnt make it buy to win it just sppeeds the process

Wonderboy100, Nov 19, 2012

Storm Legion brings a host of new material and exiting new features, far more than the typical MMO expansion. While it has a ton of new content the real improvements are gameplay changes. New types of rifts and content means that you are literally spoiled for choice at endgame. The levelling experience has been vastly improved and quest lines are immersive, despite this questing remains a weak spot in the game. With different things to do during leveling (Carnage, Rifts, Quests, Instant Adventures, Dungeons, Onslaughts) the game does vary things up nicely. The game world and art direction is beautiful and detailed however still shows signs of poor optimisation as a result of the aging 'Gamebryo' engine, which isn't optimised for multicore support. Despite this, the game is more than competent and brings nothing but improvements to the game. The direction RIFT is heading in is truly exciting and is deserving of its subscription status. 9/10

getorky, May 7, 2013

First review: 1 out of 10. (i had a lame machine). My PC upgraded and now game plays well. Well enough for an 8 out of 10. Awesome visuals, awesome combat, thousands of quests, never a dull moment. I'm humbled.

Smith7929, May 21, 2013

The game itself is only decent, which is why it received a rating of 2 instead of 1. What destroys this game is the supporting cast. Trion GM's and customer service have proven abysmal over the life of the game, and have only spiraled down into some of the worst experiences since the company layoffs. With the move to go f2p, I would hesitate to recommend this game to anyone based upon some seedy business and service practices.